Scott Marks 4:30 p.m., Dec. 5
Finally, a film that is not afraid of the nut-shot montage and the "Jesus is watching you masturbate" joke. The plot — guy's sperm go bad on him, so he goes on a quest to regain a healthy sample he once donated to a sperm bank — is a wall against which a large number of jokes (sexy and otherwise) are thrown, in the hopes of something sticking. The result feels like an exceptionally dirty 90-minute sitcom, full of gags that may have sounded hilarious in the writer's room, but lost a little something on the way to the big screen. Every now and then, things get a little transgressive (the gay couple slated to obtain our hero's lil' swimmers play like a standup team with two straight men), but it's never long before we're back to the safety of simple crudity. Olivia Munn continues in her quest to be the ultimate guy's girl, raunch-friendly but still adorable, while Paul Schneider, Kevin Heffernan, and Nat Faxon do good-natured work as cut-rate versions of Scott Bakula, John Candy, and Ed Helms. 2012.
— Matthew Lickona